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Re: [Xen-devel] Xen + other stuff?

Oh well, I'll have to try it then.  I'm interested in getting a set of fully 
secure Linuces running a set of RDBMSes, with application servers on top of 

Anyone hazzard a guess as to how much memory I'll be needing?  I'm certain at 
least half a GB - but would that be per XenLinux instance?

Wesley Parish

P.S.  I was forgetting - what's the latest Linux 2.x.x that people have had 
running on Xen?

On Wed, 12 Nov 2003 21:10, Steven Hand wrote:
> >Has anyone got Xen working with say, SELinux?  Or vserver?
> We've not tried SELinux, but the vserver patch applies cleanly
> to xenolinux and hence you can do 'two levels of virtualisation'
> aka k vservers on n xenolinux-es on 1 xen.
> cheers,
> S.
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